DataSource Controls :: Why Does Cmd.ExecuteNonQuery() Return -1

Mar 3, 2010

I have created a stored procedure that reset my tables' identity value. The store procedure works fine when I didrectly run it in my ms sql server 2008. It reset my table Identity value However, when I call it from my function reset, it returns -1, and does not reset my table identitity value. The function to restet my identity value is:


My stored procedure is


To call the the function:

Dim result
Integer = util.resetTableIdentity("myTable", "id", 60)

I got result is -1, and it does ot reset my table identity. Why? How to resove it?

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